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Ron Lester Of Billy Bob ‘Varsity Blues’ Fame Dies At Age 45

Ron Lester, an actor best famous for his purpose as Billy Bob in a 1999 sports play “Varsity Blues,” died Friday of liver and kidney disaster during a Dallas hospital, Lester’s agent, Dave Bradley, confirmed to Entertainment Weekly. Lester was 45 years old. 

According to Bradley, a actor, who has been hospitalized given February, was changed from a complete caring section and into hospice caring early Friday. Surrounded by family, friends and his fiancée, Jennifer Worland, Lester was taken off life support and died during 8:57 p.m., NBC News reported.

“He was not in any pain and upheld divided peacefully,” Bradley wrote in a Facebook post

In November, a actor non-stop adult about his health issues with a Twitter print of himself and Worland pity a kiss. 

“Liver kidneys are starting to heal, Came tighten to dying! With out my fiancé Jennifer Worland, we wouldn’t be alive!” he wrote. 

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